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29-September-2009

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Kommuniqué – Die Beschäftigungskrise bewältigen: Die Reaktion der Arbeitsmarkt- und Sozialpolitik

In der Erkenntnis, dass auf internationaler wie nationaler Ebene bereits erhebliche Maßnahmen ergriffen wurden, um den Auswirkungen des Abschwungs entgegenzuwirken, begrüßten die Minister die ersten Anzeichen einer wirtschaftlichen Erholung. Sie betonten jedoch auch, dass sie auch nach Etablierung des Aufschwungs noch länger mit der Bewältigung der Folgen in Form von hoher und dauerhafter Arbeitslosigkeit konfrontiert sein werden. Sie

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29-September-2009

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Beyond the crisis: what is the jobs potential of shifting towards a low-carbon economy?

Speaking at the meeting of the employment and labour ministers, Mr. Gurría affirmed that the current crisis offers an opportunity to discuss the jobs potential of a shift towards a low-carbon economy and what policies are needed to realise the potential of the "green jobs".

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29-September-2009

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Final communiqué - Tackling the jobs crisis: the labour market and social policy response

Noting that significant action has already been taken at international and national levels to counteract the impacts of the downturn, Ministers welcomed the initial signs of economic recovery. However, they also underlined that they will have to deal with the consequences of high and persistent unemployment for some time after the recovery is well underway. They agreed that, in light of the severity of the recession, comprehensive and

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28-September-2009

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Preventing the jobs crisis from casting a long shadow

Opening the Labour and Employment ministerial meeting 2009, Mr. Gurría talked of the need to tackle the jobs crisis and to prevent persistent unemployment from casting a long shadow over people’s welfare and from damaging the social fabric of our countries.

23-September-2009

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Tackling the jobs crisis – OECD Employment and Labour Ministerial meeting, Paris - 28-29 September

Ministers from OECD countries and other key emerging economies, including Brazil, Chile, Russia and South Africa, will address the challenge of tackling the jobs crisis at the OECD Employment and Labour Ministerial meeting on September 28-29.

17-September-2009

English, Excel, 387kb

What are Equivalence Scales?

The needs of a household grow with each additional member but – due to economies of scale in consumption– not in a proportional way. With the help of equivalence scales each household type in the population is assigned a value in proportion to its needs.

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16-September-2009

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Employment Outlook 2009 Country Notes: France

The OECD Employment Outlook indicates that the French unemployment rate is likely to increase further and could even approach 11% by the end of 2010 if the recovery fails to gain momentum.

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16-September-2009

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Employment Outlook 2009 Country Notes: Australia

The OECD Employment Outlook indicates that employment in Australia is likely to decline by between 1.4% and 1.9%, or around 150 000-200 000 jobs, less by the end of 2010 than if no fiscal measures had been taken.

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16-September-2009

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Employment Outlook 2009 Country Notes: Korea

The OECD Employment Outlook 2009 indicates that Korea’s unemployment rate may have peaked in June at 4.0%, since the July rate was slightly lower at 3.8%. The June rate represented a 1 percentage-point increase from its most recent trough in September 2008.

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16-September-2009

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Employment Outlook 2009 Country Notes: Ireland

The OECD Employment Outlook 2009 indicates that Ireland's unemployment rate is likely to rise further in coming months, and could even approach 15% by the end of 2010 if the recovery fails to gain momentum.

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